You just had an epic powder day at the resort, but are still jonesing for some more—head out the door this early morning with the DAKINE Chute 2200cu in Backpack and get after it in the backcountry if avy conditions are game-on.
- Durable 630D nylon fabric and roomy cargo area carry and protect your avy gear and then some
- Padded molded back panel and shoulder straps for comfort
- Retractable cable ski straps hold your planks when you skin or bootpack
- Snow tool and shovel pocket for your lifesaving essentials
- Fleece-lined goggle pocket protects your eyewear of choice
- Stash extra water in the side bottle pockets if your hydration bladder (sold separately) is not enough
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I got this last Xmas and I love it! Travels very well and lots of room for clothes items and easy access. The main compartment can be accessed through the back so if you need something from the bottom, it's right there. Brilliant! Very comfortable to wear and durable.
does this pack have a point and shoot...
does this pack have a point and shoot camera pocket on the waist strap?
All you could ask for!
This bag does it all! I have used it on day hikes to a book bag for school, and lugging around 60+ lbs of books is no problem! You could literally wear it all day and not have a care in the world. The straps on your shoulders offer ultimate comfort and stability from your chest and waist straps. If your looking for a solid day hiking bag or heavy duty school bag, this is it!
I love the fact that you can go into Backcountry"s store and try on anything and everything! I went in there for another pack (to remain nameless) and realized that it was not what I needed. A friend recommended that try the Dakine Chute backpack. I did so, and it is perfect for me. I use it "All seasons". It can go on day hikes, weekend campouts, it hang on to me through all the dumb things I do on my dirtbike, and yes, it even goes skiing with me. All my gear, clothes, food and water fit. Period. The Ski "cable" is holding skis and not being sliced open. I can attach my sleeping bag with pad (no tent needed). It is just one strong pack. The sinch straps pull everything as snug as can be. And no it is not too big to be your resort pack either. Especially when I have three kids who, along with me, don't stop for lunch or anything for that matter. They all have sandwiches, granola bars, gloves, and drink from
"my" frickin water badder too